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Prosecutors insist eye doc stole $136 million from Medicaid

Prosecutors insist eye doc stole $136 million from Medicaid

Either Dr. Salomon Melgen is one of the biggest Medicare swindlers ever or a penny ante thief. Those were the widely contrasting arguments made Thursday by prosecutors and Melgen's defense attorneys during a sentencing hearing in Florida
Published: 12/07/17

South Dakota university looks to raise $45M

Northern State University hopes to raise $45 million for campus projects including a new sports complex, practice fields and a new South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Published: 12/03/17

Despite vision loss, student doesn't lose sight of success

Despite loss of vision, BTW student doesn't lose sight of success
Published: 12/02/17

Hulu sued for not offering audio service for blind customers

Advocacy groups have sued Hulu in an effort to force the subscription streaming service to provide an audio track that helps people who are blind or visually impaired enjoy TV shows and movies
Updated one month ago
Texas man with eyesight issues hopes gene therapy can help

Texas man with eyesight issues hopes gene therapy can help

When he was 9, Mason Two Crow learned he could be legally blind before he turned 18 but now gene therapy in Texas could help
Updated one month ago

Blind veterans find their way in a dark world

Keith Bynum, a blind Army veteran, lives by this rule: Life is not over just because you can't see
Updated one month ago

Visually impaired acapella group won't be left in dark

Visually impaired acapella group won't be left in dark
Updated one month ago